This morning I was really struggling to get out of my warm bed, and then Marcus Aurelius' voice popped into my head. I have no idea how Marcus Aurelius would sound (I didn't say I knew him, but he did touch me on the shoulder once. Just a joke. We can be friends if you get it) but this passage from Meditations came into my head the minute I thought about staying in bed too long:
Anyone who says philosophy is useless, doesn't get it. It's the study of ways to think, act, and look at life. It's a supremely practical field to study because it can change how you choose to live. I highly recommend that you go and buy a copy of this version of Meditations and keep it close. It will serve you well or at least help you get out of bed in the morning.